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« Reply #735 on: April 14, 2020, 06:58:43 am »

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Trump says White House staff created ‘campaign-style’ montage — to keep the press ‘honest’

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Nearly three-in-ten Americans believe COVID-19 was made in a lab

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Governors form groups to explore lifting virus restrictions; Trump says he alone will decide

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He Could Have Seen What Was Coming: Behind Trump’s Failure on the Virus

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Global Covid-19 cases near 2 million as Putin warns Russia faces 'extraordinary' crisis

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Virus cases about 2M worldwide; few new hot spots

apnews.com - WASHINGTON (AP) — New York’s coronavirus death toll topped 10,000 and the worldwide number of confirmed cases hovered around 2 million on Monday, even as the lack of fresh hot spots globally yielded …

South Dakota’s governor resisted ordering people to stay home. Now it has one of the nation’s largest coronavirus hot spots.

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Trump commits ultimate TV sin with daily briefings — he's boring

pressrun.media - Forever addicted to being in front of television cameras, Trump's strategy of hosting nonstop White House briefings on the pandemic has sparked a heated media debate about whether the marathon sessio…

Why coronavirus death rates can't be summed up in one simple number

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Bodies in the Streets: IMF Imposed Measures Have Left Ecuador Unable to Cope with Coronavirus

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The Federal Reserve is ‘money washing’ billions of dollars to bail out corporations as it panics over Trump’s crashing economy

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Gov't Failure to Address Coronavirus is Sparking a Mutual Aid Revolution

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Forest fire burns 5km from Chernobyl nuclear plant

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How the Federal Reserve Is Bailing Out Big Corporations and Wall Street Banks | DCReport.org

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It’s ‘People, People, People’ as Lines Stretch Across America

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These photos show the staggering food bank lines across America

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Why the Stock Market Is Healthy as Americans Die From Coronavirus

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North Korea fires multiple suspected cruise missiles: Seoul

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Dumped Milk, Smashed Eggs, Plowed Vegetables: Food Waste of the Pandemic

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Solidarity in a Time of Pandemic, While the US Capitalizes on Disaster

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What went wrong with the media’s coronavirus coverage?

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The case for ending the Covid-19 pandemic with mass testing

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Nature is bouncing back during the coronavirus crisis—but for how long?

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